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LIST OF S[tationery] S[ervice] PAMPHLETS Compiled by

Peter E. Hodgkinson, Simon Justice and Tony Ball


CDS 2 CDS 3 CDS 4 SS 23 CDS 24 CDS 36 CDS 38 CDS 50 CDS 53 CDS 92 CDS 93 CDS 98/1 CDS 98/2 CDS 98/4 CDS 98/5 CDS 98/6 CDS 303 CDS 304 Notes from the Front (December 1914) Notes from the Front Part II (May 1915) Notes from the Front Part III and Further Notes on Field Defences (February 1915) Preliminary Deductions, for Instruction, from Recent Engagements, translated from the French (November 1915) Object and Conditions of Combined Offensive Action (translated from the French) (June 1915) Notes on the Tactical Employment of Machine Guns and Lewis Guns (June 1915) Fire by Selected Batteries (July 1915) Tactical Notes (31 July 1915) Notes from the Front, Part IV (May 1915) Notes on Artillery Observation from Kite Balloons (November 1915) Report on Experimental Firing with 18pr Shrapnel and H.E. at Calais (November 1915) Artillery Notes No. 1: Close Shooting in the Field (January 1916) Artillery Notes No. 2: Field Artillery Ammunition (January 1916) Artillery Notes No. 4: Artillery in Offensive Operations (April 1916) Artillery Notes No. 5: Wire Cutting by Artillery (February 1916 and June 1916) Artillery Notes No. 6: Trench Mortars (March 1916) Experiences Gained in the Winter Battle in Champagne from the Point of View of the Organisation of the Enemys Lines of Defence and the Means of Combating an Attempt to Pierce Our Line, Third Army HQ (14th April 1915). Proposals for the Technical Methods to be Adopted in an Attempt to Break Through a Strongly Fortified Position, Based on the Knowledge Acquired from the Errors which Appear to have been Committed by the French Army During the Winter Campaign in Champagne, Third Army HQ (14th April 1915). A Study of the Attack in the Present Phase of War: Impressions and Reflections of a Company Commander (December 1915) [Translation of Laffargue Manual] Reports on the Subject of German Flammenwerfer (1915) Artillery in Offensive Operations Notes on Wireless Notes on the Tactical Employment of Machine Guns and Lewis Guns (March 1916) Notes on Minor Enterprises [i.e. trench raids] (March 1916) Training of Divisions for Offensive Action (8 May 1916) Preliminary Notes on the Tactical Lessons of the Recent Operations Gas Notes on the Attack: Impressions of a Battalion Commander (Nov 1915, translated 1916) Notes on the Care of Guns During Prolonged Bombardments (March 1917) Summary of the French Instructions for Higher Formations in the Attack (July 1916) Preliminary Notes on the Tactical Lessons of the Recent Operations (July 1916) Provisional Instructions for Cooperation between Aeroplanes and Artillery during an Advance (Sept 1916) Some Notes on Lewis Guns and Machine Guns (Sept 1916) Notes on the Use of Carrier Pigeons Notes for Artillery Officers on Shoots with Aeroplane Observation (August 1916) Instructions for Training (Various editions from June 1917) The Training and Employment of Bombers (Sept 1916) Notes on the Employment of 4" Stokes Mortar Bombs (November 1917) Co-Operation of Aircraft with Artillery (December 1916, August 1917, and December 1917) Co-operation Between Aircraft and Infantry (April 1918) no proper title; standardized markings for bombardment maps (30 November 1916)

CDS 333 SS 71 SS 98 SS 100 SS 106 SS 107 SS 109 SS 110 SS 111 SS 113 SS 114 SS 117 SS 119 SS 120 SS 122 SS 123 SS 124 SS 125 SS 126 SS 130 SS 131 SS 132 SS 133

SS 134 SS 135 SS 137 SS 138/3 SS 139/1 SS 139/3 SS 139/4 SS 139/7 SS 143 SS 144 SS 148 SS 149 SS 151 SS 152 SS 152 SS 153 SS 155 SS 156 SS 157 SS 158 SS 159 SS 160 SS 161 SS 162 SS 164 SS 168 SS 170 SS 171 SS 172 SS 175 SS 184 SS 185 SS 188 SS 191 SS 192 SS 194 SS 195 SS 196 SS 197 SS 199 SS 199/1 SS 201/3 SS 203 SS 204 SS 205 SS 210 SS 214 SS 217 SS 218 SS 350 SS 356

Instructions on the Use of Lethal and Lachrymatory Shell (December 1916 and March 1918) Instructions for the Training of Divisions for Offensive Action (Dec 1916); later The Training and Employment of Divisions (1918) Recreational Training Effect on Enemy of Our Gas Attacks (1917) Artillery Notes No. 1, Close Shooting in the Field, Notes for Infantry Officers (March 1917) Artillery Notes No. 3, Counter-Battery Work (March 1917 and February 1918) Artillery Notes No. 4, Artillery in Offensive Operations (February 1917) Artillery Notes No. 7, Artillery in Defensive Operations (February 1918) Instructions for the Training of Platoons for Offensive Action, 1917 (Feb, 1917) The Normal Formation for the Attack (Feb 1917) Intercommunication in the Field Notes on Meteorological Telegrams to the Artillery (March 1917) Notes and Information from Captured Enemy (German) Documents (March 1917 to August 1918) Instructions for the Training of the British Armies in France (Provisional) (June 1917 and January 1918) Instructions for Training within Schools at GHQ, Army and Corps Level Notes on the 08 German Maxim Gun (April 1917) Notes on Dealing with Hostile Machine Guns in an Advance (April 1917) Notes on Recent Operations, Compiled by GS Fourth Army (April 1917) Report on the Overseas Artillery School, Salisbury Plain November 1916 March 1917 (May 1917) Notes on Recent Operations on the Front of First, Third, Fourth and Fifth Armies (May 1917) Tactical Schemes to Train Junior Officers and NCOs Notes on Recent Operations (Spring 1917) Instructions for Battle (May 1917) Notes on Identification of Aeroplanes Notes on the Use of Tanks (May 1917) Notes on the Employment of Serviceable Guns and Trench Mortars captured from the Enemy (June 1917) Notes on Co-operation between Aircraft and Artillery during recent operations on the Second Army Front (June 1917) Notes on Inventions and New Stores (series) Preliminary Notes on Recent Operations on the front of Second Army (July 1917) The Use of Smoke Gas Warfare, Monthly Summary of Information Assault Training (Sept 1917) Offence versus Defence in the Air October, 1917 Intercommunication in the Field The Employment of Machine Guns: Part 1 Tactical (Jan 1918) Instructions for Wearing the Equipment for Carrying Lewis Gun Magazines (Oct 1916) Scouting and Patrolling (Dec 1917) Diagrams of Field Defences The Tactical Employment of Lewis Guns (Jan, 1918) Co-operation of Sound Ranging Sections and Observation Groups with Artillery (Provisional) (November 1917) Ranging with Observation by the Field Survey Company (May 1918) Machine Gun Notes (July 1918) Instructions for Anti-Tank Defence Infantry and Tank Co-operation and Training Notes on Observation from Aeroplanes April 1918 The Division in Defence (May 1918) Tanks and their Employment in Co-operation with Other Arms (Aug 1918) Instructions for the Employment of 'B.B.' Shell (September 1918) Operations by the Australian Corps against Hamel, Bois de Hamel, and Bois de Vaire, 4th of July 1918 (July 1918) Silhouettes of Aeroplanes and Airships 1916 Handbook of the German Army in War (Jan 1917) later German Army Handbook (April 1918)

SS 388 SS 398 SS 394 SS 419 SS 421B SS 424 SS 447 SS 449 SS 454 SS 460 SS 462 SS 471 SS 473 SS 478 SS 480 SS 485 SS 486 SS 487 SS 490 SS 494 SS 531 SS 532 SS 537 SS 539 SS 541 SS 544 SS 546 SS 548 SS 552 SS 553 SS 555 SS 560 SS 561 SS 562 SS 563 SS 567 SS 570 SS 572 SS 574

Defensive Measures Against Gas Attacks (Jan 1916) The Training and Employment of Bombers (March 1916). Replaces CDS 74 Notes on German Army Corps: XIV Reserve Corps & 52nd Division (March 1916) Defensive Measures Against Gas Attacks (May 1916) Replaces SS388 Circular Memorandum on Courts-Martial (August 1918) Replaces SS142a Notes on German Army Corps: IX Reserve Corps (May 1916) Duties and Employment of the 4th Artillery Survey Section (Artillerie-Messtrupp) and the 49th Sound Ranging Section (Schallmesstrupp). (18th April 1916) German Instructions Regarding Gas Warfare. Translation of pamphlet captured July 1916. Experiences Gained from the September Offensives on the Fronts of the Sixth and Third Armies, by von Below, GOC Second Army (5th November 1915) Translation of a German Document: German Mining Officers Diary captured at Fricourt July 1916. Translation of a German Document: Raid on the British Trenches Near La Boiselle (11th April 1916) Essential Principles for the Defence of Positions as Paid Down in Instructions Issued by GHQ, German Second Army (1 Aug 1915, translated 1916) Extracts from German Documents and Correspondence (1916) Experiences of the IV German Corps in the Battle of the Somme During July 1916 (22 Aug 1916, translated 30 Sept 1916) Translation of a German Document: Lessons Drawn from the Battle of the Somme by Steins Group (October 1916) Army Order Regarding the Execution of Counterattacks, by von Below, C-in-C First Army (23rd August 1916, translated 10th October Extracts from German Documents Dealing with Lessons Drawn from the Battle of the Somme (11 October 1916) Translation of a German Document: Order of the 6th Bavarian Division Regarding Machine Guns (3rd September 1916 The Principles of Trench Warfare as Laid Down in the XIV Reserve Corps (19 May 1916, translated 13 Oct 1916) Extracts from the Reports of German Formations Employed on the Somme, 6th Bavarian Reserve Division (19th September 1916). German Instructions for the Employment of Flame Projectors (12 Dec 1916, translated 10 Dec 1916) Extracts No.4 From German Documents and Correspondence (1917) Summary of Recent Information Regarding the German Army and its methods (Jan 1917) The Reorganisation of Transport German Instructions for the Employment of Granatenwerfer or Stick Bomb Throwers (October 1916, translated 1917) Experiences of the Recent Fighting at Verdun (February 1917) The 1916 Pattern Bomb-Thrower (Granaten-werfer 16) for Stick Bomb (Wurfgranate 1915) Extracts from the German Official Textbook Regarding Minenwerfer (15 Nov 1916, translated March 1917) Sound Ranging (March 1917) Experience of the German First Army in the Somme Battle 24 June to 26 November 1916, First Army HQ (30 Jan 1917, translated 3 May 1917) Vocabulary of German Military Terms and Abbreviations (First Ed. 1917, Second Ed. 1918) Manual of Position Warfare for All Arms Part 5 The Employment and Duties of Artillery Aeroplanes in Position Warfare May 1917 (Translation of a German Document) Manual of Position Warfare for All Arms: Part 8 The Principles of Command in the Defensive Battle in Position Warfare (1 March 1917, translated May 1917) Manual of Position Warfare for All Arms: Part 3 Weapons of Close Combat (1 Jan 1917, translated 23 May 1917) Manual of Position Warfare for All Arms Part 6 Communication between Infantry and Aeroplanes or Captive Balloons (Translation of German Document) 25 May 1917 Diagram Showing the Organisation of a Regimental Sector (translated 19 July 1917) Arrangements for Reporting the Approach of Aircraft (Abbreviated translation, from the French, of a German document) August, 1917 German Anti-Aircraft Organization August, 1917 The Construction of German Defensive Positions (18th August 1918

SS 579 SS 589 SS 592 SS 592 SS 599 SS 600 SS 614 SS 619 SS 621 SS 631 SS 703 SS 710 SS 712 SS 714 SS 735 SS 737 SS 742 SS 745 SS 745(2) SS 753 SS 754 SS 757 SS 778 SS 787

Extracts from the Experiences of the Sixth German Army in the Employment of the 08/015 Light Machine Gun (translated 16 Sept 1917) Notes on choosing charges for Howitzers to give the least wear and calculations of percentages of hits probable on a given target (May 1917) Catechism for Heavy and Siege Artillery Subalterns (October 1917) Catechism for Artillery Officers (March 1918) Notes on the Technical Reconnaissance of an Artillery Position and the Training of the Headquarters of a Battery (May 1918) Organisation of the Infantry Battalion and Normal Formation for the Attack (April 1917) Training Instructions for Siege Artillery (March 1918) Manual of Position Warfare for All Arms Part 6 (Provisional): The Infantry Aeroplane and the Infantry Balloon (Translation of a German Document) December, 1917 Manual of Position Warfare for all Arms: Part 1a: General Principles of the Construction of Field Positions, 3rd edition (15th August 1917, translated 12th December 1917). Notes on the Interpretation of Airplane Photographs February, 1918 Manual of Position Warfare for All Arms: Special Part: The Experience Gained during the English-French Offensive in the Spring of 1917 (10 June 1917, translated 15 Oct 1917) New Defensive Tactics (translated 14 Nov 1917) Extracts No.12 from German Documents and Correspondence: Conditions at the Front and Military Morale (25th November 1917) The German Tank Elfriede' (1st June 1918) Translations of Captured German Documents (February to September 1918) [German Document 1918] [German Document 1918] Description of the Siegfried Line German Second Army (September 1918) Description of the Siegfried Line German Second Army (September 1918) Change in Discipline and Morale of the German Army, January to September 1918 (7 th September 1918) [German Document 1918] Results of Preliminary Reconnaissance and Comparison with Air Photographs of the Ground Re-Occupied in the Forward Areas of the Lys Salient October, 1918 (Not a German document) [German Document 1918] [German Document 1918]